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The dreaded engine light has appeared, code PO 446. I have changed gas cap and vent valve solenoid. What would I change next? Thanks in advance.
 

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The dreaded engine light has appeared, code PO 446. I have changed gas cap and vent valve solenoid. What would I change next? Thanks in advance.
If you are only going to play darts then the next dart you might want to throw is a fuel tank pressure sensor.

Let's hope you hit the bullseye this time.

More information can be found on this post, including some diagnostic tips.

Best of luck. Let me know if you have other questions.

 

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If you are only going to play darts then the next dart you might want to throw is a fuel tank pressure sensor.

Let's hope you hit the bullseye this time.

More information can be found on this post, including some diagnostic tips.

Best of luck. Let me know if you have other questions.

Thanks A
If you are only going to play darts then the next dart you might want to throw is a fuel tank pressure sensor.

Let's hope you hit the bullseye this time.

More information can be found on this post, including some diagnostic tips.

Best of luck. Let me know if you have other questions.

 

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Thanks autoprof, will I need to drop fuel tank to install pressure sensor?
Jeff
Watch the video, he had some problems on this body style but did not drop the tank.
I would then say contact the member that fixed his, I don't believe he dropped the tank based on his reply. It depends ssd somewhat on your manual dexterity also.
And just like my golf game
"The older I get, the better I used to be"
 

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No more engine light, after changing gas tank pressure sensor, problem solved.
Thanks SSR forum
Glad to hear it fixed your problem.
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Thanks for reporting back and keeping us updated
Now to also help fellow members as we may run into this problem,
Were you able to change the sensor WITHOUT dropping the fuel tank?
 

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Yes, I changed sensor without dropping tank, a tight space but can be done. Sensor is located on drivers side at end of tank near rear wheel , found it by following wire, couldn’t see it so had to use a mirror.
Jeff
 
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